Beyond Chinatown: New Chinese Migration and the Global Expansion of China

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The rough camps and shantytowns built by nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Chinese immigrants to the West eventually became settled Chinatowns across the globe. Because it opens a new approach to the study of recent Chinese migration, this volume will be of vital interest in the fields of both general and Chinese migration studies. But, bringing to life as it does the momentous changes now sweeping the Chinese world in all parts of the globe, it will also attract a far wider readership.

Beyond Chinatown: New Chinese Migration and the Global Expansion of China 2007, University of Hawaii Press

ISBN-13: 9788776940003

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